A designer, his two sons, and their tireless terrier Winston share a small 1950â€™s building that stands rather unnoticed among its neighbors in the Mile-Ex district. The robust walls of this former workshop, however, hide a jewel conversion within.
The ten-storey office building is located in a diversely built area on Moganshan Road near Hangzhouâ€™s tranquil Shuyhan Park. Within this dense context the new building asserts its object-like presence with a clear geometric form.
UNESCO in Afghanistan and the Afghan Ministry of Information and Culture, with the generous financial support of the Republic of Korea, have committed to implement a Cultural Centre building close to the boundaries of the World Heritage property of the Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of Bamiyan.
The Regional Lounge in Christchurch Airport has won another award and been included on another shortlist. It was declared the winner of the International category at the 2014 IDEA awards on 21 November which follows it being included in the International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2015 shortlist in the Airport Lounge/Terminal category.
This project for affordable housing for the City of Rijeka was the result of an architectural competition. The city asked for an urban design solution to place 80 condominiums in 3 – 5 buildings each on its own newly formed lot.
Istanbulâ€™s Taksim Square features sculptural gate by GAD Architecture
A modular sculptural installation, designed by award-winning Istanbul and New York based architectural practice GAD Architecture, has been recently featured in Istanbulâ€™s famous Taksim Square during Istanbul Design Week.
Designed by SnÃ¸hetta and White Arkitekter, this new building weaves (hence the name VÃ¤ven, meaning â€˜weaveâ€™ in Swedish) multiple cultural programs and activities together, providing one common stage. A weave of culture, literature, knowledge, socializing, recreation, and food is expressed in the buildingâ€™s facades and levels.
SkÃ¥neâ€™s Architecture Prize has since 2001 in cooperation with Swedish Association of Architects awarded the best project of the year in SkÃ¥ne, Southern Sweden. This year the prize goes to Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter for RÃ¥Ã¥ Day Care Center in the municipality of Helsingborg.
The project of the Elisabeth and Helmut Uhl foundation has been realized thanks to a restricted international architectural competition held in 2009, which saw the participation of fifteen architectural teams from Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Germany.
Geneva airport â€˜aile_ESTâ€™, or East Wing, a 520 metre-long Non-Schengen facility designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, has received planning permission from The Federal Authorities in Switzerland.